Glory Hole Waterfall Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Deer, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
The trail in to the waterfall is all downhill, so the hike out is all uphill. The trail starts out as an old jeep trail and turns into a narrow path. The destination is the waterfall. The waterfall is unique in that the water has worn through the ledge and plummets through a round hole. The trail in to the water fall is all down hill, so the hike out is all up hill. The trail starts out as an old jeep trail and turns into a narrow path. The destination is the water fall. The water fallis unique in that the water has worn through the ledge and plummets through a round hole instead of over the ledge. Thus the name Glory Hole. Always best to hike in the spring or late fall when water is flowing. Well worth the hike. use extreme caution approaching the water fall from the top
We went in June and it was dried up. Trail is nice, fairly easy.
Was a good trek to the hole. Path was marked on road and the trail was easily detected. What is at the end of the hike was the best part!
absolutely beautiful formation and fall! the cliffs are a nice beautiful site as well.
easy parking for this trail along the side of road.
Not a very good hike at the end of October as there was no water
the hike in is worth it, the hike out is a lot of up hill, but really a great hike
Great place! Very unique.